An early look at fall jackets

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The wide wale corduroy and slightly boxy cut give this jacket a tomboy feel, and I love the mustard yellow.

The nubby texture here is so good.

An excellent camo print: I’d wear this all weekend.

The dark green hue makes this moto jacket come off nicely sophisticated.

This red bomber is so sportif, and I like the little ring handle on the zipper.

I’ll likely bring you an entire post on faux fur jackets soon, but meanwhile check out this pink number.

I like the drawstring ruching business that’s happening on the sleeves of  this bomber.

A very clean-lined take on military.

A sophisticated-yet-playful take on the varisty jacket.

This Marimekko print is so delightfully loud.

A quite well put-together vegan moto jacket at a very nice price.

The cocoon shape here is flattering and so comfortable.

And here’s yet another Barbour jacket I’m not certain I can live without.

A belted army jacket would be nifty with a pencil skirt and heels.

This asymmetrical option is very I-run-a-small-gallery.

 

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4 Thoughts on An early look at fall jackets
    LeighTX
    17 Sep 2018
    8:46am

    I love the olive green and the vegan moto jackets, but I live in Houston and can’t justify any more coats or jackets! Not until they go on sale, anyway . . .

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    c.w.
    17 Sep 2018
    8:51am

    Apparently I own a small gallery and on my off days I live on a country estate outside the city because I’m WANTING both the All Saints and the Barbour jackets BADLY. This is truly a great selection, Kim. I can hear the siren call of my credit card.

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    Dianne
    17 Sep 2018
    9:45am

    I wish the black cocoon coat and the black asymmetrical I run a small gallery coat came in plus sizes

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    MaryAlice
    17 Sep 2018
    6:21pm

    That All Saints coat is everything.

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